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Issue 3 Cover

Welcome back! It's time to kick off the next section of our story... New Moon Rising!

Here's the synopsis...

It's Allen's afternoon off and he's visiting a friend, hoping for some insight into his current situation. Unfortunately, Fredrick's already made his move. While Moraine and Allen deal with the results of Catherine's decision, the new moon begins to rise. The Hunt is on...

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Comments [5]:

Nice cover! Mashing the gamebox into Jeeves and Wooster. And these two look just the part. I can't wait.
In fact, I'd got who they were before I'd read the cast list.
I just couldn't resist adding these two to the mix. It should be fun. :D
Iron Ed
I've never read Jeeves & Wooster (I know that's not quite right. ;-)) but have heard of them from comic commentaries like this. These two, with their apparent attitudes, poses, wardrobes, and signs look just like what I've imagined for them. Fun! :-)
It's a fun series of books that always make me smile. There was a TV show in the 90s with Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry which was great. I think full episodes of the show are available on YouTube. I'm looking forward to throwing these two in the mix and seeing what happens. :D